BMI View: Croatia's tourism industry is one of the smaller markets in the region. For some time the
country has lost out to other destinations in the region, such as Italy and Greece, which offer more
developed transport and accommodation infrastructure. The country i ..."
BMI View: Croatia is finally emerging from a six-year long recession; however, we are expecting the
recovery to remain slow and fragile. High levels of unemployment, particularly among the young
population, will restrict income growth and prevent an important consumer ..."
BMI View: Croatia's tourism sector is expected to expand throughout our forecast period, sustained by
increasing arrivals and growing receipts. This will support the hotel and restaurant industry value, creating
room for expansion, particularly with international, lux ..."
BMI View: While Croatia's economy is finally emerging from a six-year long recession, the recovery
remains slow and fragile. The country's dire fiscal situation, high unemployment rate, and elevated political
instability will limit opportunities in the retail sector o ..."
BMI View: The Croatian tourism industry continues to grow rapidly and we maintain a firmly positive
outlook for growth over the next few years. Inbound tourist arrivals will increase by 5.1% in 2016, reaching
12.8mn, driven in large part by improving economic conditio ..."
BMI View: Croatia's economy has finally emerged from a six-year long recession; however, economic
conditions have yet to fully recover. Retailers should only expect to see significant improvements during the
second half of our forecast period. The country continues to ..."
BMI View: Croatia's tourism market is growing rapidly as the country benefits from its position as an
affordable destination for European travellers and raises awareness of its attractions to source markets
further afield, including affluent Middle East and Asia Pacif ..."
BMI View: Retailers in Croatia will only be able to expect more significant improvements in the second
half of the forecast period. Troubled by high unemployment and anaemic economic growth, the retail
industry will see only modest gains in household spending in 2015 ..."
BMI View: Croatia's tourism sector continues to be overly reliant on tourism from European countries and
therefore vulnerable to regional crises. Its accommodation infrastructure remains inadequate, with the vast
majority of tourists preferring privately owned accommo ..."
BMI View: The Croatian economy will continue to stagnate over the remainder of 2015, with real GDP
growing only 0.1% this year. Net household income will post only modest gains over the forecast period,
providing limited growth opportunities for retailers. However, th ..."